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Think you're pregnant?

Your Options

An unexpected pregnancy can be difficult and emotional – with alot of things to think about and work through.

Whether you’re looking for someone to talk to , a friend to appointments with you or somewhere to stay, there are people who understand what you’re going through, and who can provide free and confidential support.

Post-Abortion Support

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Losing a child can be a physically and emotionally draining experience – whether the loss occurs naturally through miscarriage or an abortion.

But recovery is possible.

It helps to talk confidentially with someone uninvolved, someone who focuses on listening and caring – and understands abortion-specific issues and effects.

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Pregnant belly

Have you received an unexpected diagnosis for your child?

Your Options

You can receive support and care throughout their pregnancy and after birth from the following organisations and others.

Your right to conscientious objection in NZ’s abortion law

Your rights

If you have a professional or moral objection to performing or assisting in performing an abortion, your rights are protected under Section 46 of the Contraception, Sterilisation and Abortion Act (1977).

Your right to conscientious objection